Tag Archives: AFLAC

What to do if You Absolutely Can’t Afford Health Insurance

Guest Post by Kevin Mercadante Let’s get this point out of the way up front: everyone should have health insurance. We all know this without anyone emphasizing the point. But with job losses in recent years, companies canceling their coverage, and the cost … Continue reading

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What are Obamcare enrollee Chad Henderson’s options as a self-pay patient?

Last week was the opening of the Obamcare exchanges, and not surprisingly there was a lot of media coverage surrounding it. One story that caught my attention was the media coverage of Chad Henderson of Georgia, a 21-year old part-time college student … Continue reading

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How to save money as a self-pay patient in the emergency room

Self-pay patients can, with a little advanced planning and conscious effort, wind up saving a lot of money. Whether it’s finding a cash-only doctor, visiting hospitals and surgical facilities in the U.S. that offer up-front and real prices, signing up for a telemedicine service, using generics and … Continue reading

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